The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, lowA, March IS, 1937 GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We Carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBEKG AUTO SUPPLY 36-tf Notice to the Public FREE! FREE! FREE! Opetning Day Only, Sat., March 20 One quart Enarco refinery sealed oil with every $1.00 purchase of White Eose Gasoline. Grocery Specials 2 boxes Corn Flakds 18c 1 Ib. Ladyfriend Coffee 28c 1 large can Peaches 18c 1 can Crushed Pineapple lOc Many Other Items ERNST SERVICE STATION On 169 We Buy Eggs For YOUR PARTY or DINNER ICE CREAM SPECIALS Easter Molds Made Up By Special Order Bunnies, chicken* and Euter Ultra. A real treat $1.50 per dozen Place your orders early. Phone 270 C ona Ice Cream & Candy Factory iM^ MR. AND MRS. FRED WEGENER WED 25 YEARS; ANNIVERSARY DINNER Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener entertained at dinner Sunday honoring their silver wedding anniversary. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Louis Wegener and Mrs. Amelia Heidenwith. Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey, Britt; the K. J. Heidcnwiths, Swea City; the Arthur Heidenwiths and the Robert Wegenera, VVhittemore; fttr. and Mrs. Sam Warner. Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, daughters Gladys and Evelyn. Burt; the J. R. Thompsons. Burt; Henry Kuecks and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Good Hope, and the Walter Thompsons. They received many gifts. Move to Dodge Center The W. C. Leepers spent last week Tuesday night at Charles Olsons, Burt. Wednesday, they left for Dodge Center, Minn., where they will make their home. Alex Radlgs Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig entertained at eight tables of five hundred Sunday evening. High prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, low by Mrs. William Boettcher and F. W. Jentz, Fenton. 17th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Faulstich celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary Sunday evening. Attending were the William Jaskulkes, the G. O. McFarlands and the Leonard Herdts, all of Burt, Snffers~5ettrt*Attack Frank Macumber, who has beei ill for some time with the flu, auf fered a heart attack and was taken to the Kossuth hospital, Algona, las week Wednesday. were Sunday dinner guests at the A. H. Hannas. The Frank Householders were Sunday dinner guests of the Schuyler Bates family. Calvin Householder spent from Thursday till Saturday at Mason City on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, Fenton, spent last Thursday at the Eugene Pearsons. One-Day Vacation There will be no grade schoo this week Friday, the grade teachers attending institute at Mason City. Undergoes Operation Russell Bierle spent from last week Monday till Thursday at the Fort Dodge hospital, where he underwent a tonsilectomy and an operation on his nose. The 4-H club met Saturday with Myrtle Hanna. Bernard Pettit. Fenton, spent Sunday at Mrs. 'Evelyn Earlngs. Lillian Coombes spent the week end with her mother at Clear Lake. The Henry Schroeders were Sunday dinner quests of the Carl Wieners. The I. W. Nelsons spent Sunday with the Eugene Hofius family, Ottosen. The Mother's club will hold Hs NORMA BAILEY TO ENTERTAIN UNION M. & D. Union: The next meeting of the Union Mothers and Daughters club will be an afternoon meeting at the home of Norma Bailey. She will be assisted by Elizabeth Schenck. Roll call will be Something that Would Improve Our Community. A paper, "The New In Home Decorations and Furnishings" will be given by Ada Hofius. A reading, "Neither Fortress, Soldier nor Guns" will be given by Anna Zanke and music by Opal Bourne. , Busy Bees Meet The Busy Bee club will meet with Esther Wibben today (Thursday). It usually meets on Friday. The change was majde so the meeting would Jiot conflict with the spelling content at the community room which is sponsored by the Union Mothers and Daughters club with Louise Romstad In charge which Is to be held Friday, Mar. 19. An arithmetic contest will be held in connection with the spelling bee. Joseph Krieps spent Sunday at Mason City. Guests Sunday for supper at the Louis Bode home were Mr. anc Mrs. L. C. Puth, Giimore City. Mrs John Lamuth, Algona, Robert and Richard Ryno, Irene Lamuth and Ductile Bode, all of Fort Dodge. The event was in honor of Kathryn Jode's birthday anniversary. Play "Tom Sawyer" At Ottoseti, Mar. 11 Ottoaen: The junior high school of Ottosen presented the play "Adventures of Tom Sawyer", Thursday evening, March 11, at the high school auditorium with the following cast: Mavis Holt, Thomas Olson, Shirley Klnseth, Maurice Satern, Hollls Cooper, Lois Jacobson, La Verne Hanson, Eugene Struthers Loreta Reese, LeRoy Warby, Gerald CJosheneur, Charlotte Bergum, Richard Jacobson and Glen Axhe. Lola Watnem of Ottosen Is Second Ottosen: Lola Watnem spoke In the dramatic class at the state declamatory contest at Belmond on Thursday evening. She placed second. Seven towns competed. Those who went from here: Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Peter Watnem and Mrs. Harold Jacobson. School Operetta, 19th The annual high school operetta, "Look Who's Here" will be given on Friday, March 19th, at eight o'clock In the high school auditorium. The cast Is working hard to make this a big success. The operetta features dancing, solos, choruses, quartettes and saxophone accompaniment Original Notice In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kosftuth county, March Term. A. D., 1S97. O. R. SJogren, Plaintiff, vs. The Unknown Claimants of Lot Five (5) In Block One (1) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, Defendants. To The Unknown Claimants of Lot Flva (6) In Block One (1) «f The Original Pint of Algona, Iowa: You and each of you are hereby notified that the Petition of the plaintiff In the above entitled action is now on file In the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kos- silth Countfc Iowa, claiming of you that he Is fne absolute and unqualified owner In fee simple of the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lot Five (5) In Block One (1) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. That he Is creditably Informed and believes that the defendants, as un- kr.own claimants of the above described real estate, make some claim thereto adverse to plaintiff, and asking that plaintiff's title and estate In and to said premises be quieted and established In 11m, and that each and all of the said unknown claimants be barred and forever estopped from having or claiming nn.v right, title or Interest In and to said real estate or any part thereof adverse to plaintiff, and for such other and further relief as to the Court may seem equitable and Just In the premises. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next Term of said Court, being the March, 1937, Term of said Court, to be held at the Courthouse In Algona. Kossuth County, Iowa, commenclrg on the 29th day of March. 1937. default will be entered against you and decree rendered against you as prayed. StTLLIVAN, Me MAHON & LINN AN, 8-11 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Proper feeding and comfortable housing of breeding flocks insure normal development of chicks Laying hens require a diet rich in necessary nutrients and vitamins if they are to produce eggs having within themselves enough of these foods to nourish the developing chick during the 21 days of incubation. Vitamin "D", for instance, must be supplied in proper proportion if the egg is to develop properly. The Swift hatchery man cooperates with flock owners to make sure that the birds are properly fed and comfortably housed. ORDER YOUR SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS NOWl Swift & Company Algona, Iowa Mildred Robinson, who has been II for the past few weeks, is improving slowly. next meeting with Prlebe. The Arthur Muellers, Mrs. Arthur Fenton, Notice of Sheriff's Sale TO WHOM IT MAY CO.VCEBN I have this day received from the United Counties Benevolent Association of Algona, Iowa, the sum of seven hundred and eighteen dollars and Mventy-nine cents In contribution from the members of the above' association. My son had paid five dollars in death contributions since April, 1934. Signed, Emil Wester. 10* STATE OF IOWA COSSUTH COUNTY, »m. 16685. Notice l» hereby given that by vlr- ue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of ttJe Dlitrtci 7ourt of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a udg-ment rendered In *ald Court on .he 8th day of February. 1»37. In 'avor of Home Owners Loan Corporation ai ulnlntlfT. and against D. H. >o«deri and Klia M. Goedt»rp aa <1e- 'endant, for the sum of Five Imiuand Eight Ilumlrpii Fifty- 8ev- t>r ami 10-100 (15857. 10 > Dollars HIM) •out*, taxml at One Hundred Nin« mil Ta-100 (|109 79) Dollars anil ao- •riiinK icist.n. I IIHVI- levied upon the ' prnptTly of Hi,- sal. I L> II. and i;is a M. (locdir* In xatlHfy *at<l ex*-rijllon. to-wit: Lot Kour (41 «( fil'i.-k Forty-Threp (4:!) AlKona. K"**utt County, Inwa. Ami I win proceed to sell Raid pr<ii>.-i-rv nr HO much thT^of an may l.~ nccfinary to »atlxfy «aH execution with costn and accruing coats at public auctl«)ti. to the MgheHt IT. I'T fault, m hand, on the nth •>t Aj.ril 1937. at the cant door th- r.p.jrt HOIK.- In Alifona, In <-utii f'Miniy. Iowa, at the hour M o/i..<k A M. «t said dav. *• du*- attendance will f. Mrulf-rMKC *"1 * I li.li frh day of March 19'!7 OAHKT I/)SH, j-r.-'-'Iff <if Komiuth (Jouiity la A / ffif.l.r.V. Deputy. K"f«r I':a;ntltT'B Attor- n-12 •lav ..f wt.-r. an'l wh"i f.*. sfl\-*-n *•-,- !-.-•• t "•". NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OP TIME FOR REDEMPTION FROM TAX SALE To Frank Hill: th«r You are hereby notified that on d»jr of •»uth 1»H. the then Trautirer of Konuth County, Io«a, •4 th» *4Journ*d regular tax Mle held at the Court Hotse on »«ld date, •old the following described real e«tate r cltuated In Koaiuth County, lowas lo-wlt: Th« North-eait Quarter of the North-w«»t Quarter of Section Twetuy-thre* (2J) Townahlp No. One Huiulred (100) Uange Thirty (3f)> Went of Ihe 5th P. M.. to H. K. Htot for the delinquent laxen whkMi were tt.en past due. dfllmiuent and lien thereon: that Hitro wa» taxuvd to nald H. K. Rlut Ijy the »a4dl Trta«ur«;r of Kosauth County. Ii.w.ii, a tax sale certlflcate of imrchane therefor, who aubne- (luenily. to-wlt: on or about the 6th day of I)eoemb«!r, 1934. aail^ned nalrt certIflcatt* in the manner provided by law, to SC K Haggard. Ihe un- derslKned, who la now the lawful owner and holder of raid certificate of purcr.ane. That the right of redemption from «aid IMX aala wilt expire and a tax deed for »atd premlien will he made by the Treasurer of KoNauth Cbirnty. Iowa. rMinveylnf? aal(t real estate *9 provided by law unlegH redemption IB made there- from within ninety (90) dayii from the completed »ervtce of this no- liatcd ttila »th day of March. AI). 1*ST. M. P. IfAOOAnD. I-awful owner and holder of lo-ll-is nald certificate. Come, Be Our Guest . . . See Power Farming On Parade Wednesday, Mar. 24 Free Lunch at 1 O'clock Enjoy Free SOUND MOVIES at Our Big Power Farming Show and Entertainment The guod old jn'ol't-nsion of Fariuing is looking up again ami ihi;re'K in \\ zc.st and anticipation on every farm. \Vi;h ncu <•/•<>[/., in tin- oi'i'ing. <-v«.-ryljudy i.s planning for improvement in met hod, yii-Kl and profit. The man with well-rounded information can plan his work to best advantage. It is the purpose of our Power Farming Show and Entertainment to bring you new fac-ta and new ideas, and a <-hane* j to see the. latest McConnirk-Deering Tractors and Equipment. Come and see for yourself. There will be sound movies, demonstrations, and educational discussions to make your visit worthwhile. -Your neighbors and friends will be here. -Meet iiiid greet them at our big Power Farming Show and Entertainment. He- member the date, and be sure 1o come. McCormick - Deering Store Algona, Iowa «C»3a8a3K8^^ ^^ Ready for the Parade A tit,m full of new things in slippery and furnish- u.%* for the Kaster dreua up In all ray business c ar**/• I never had such a complete stock of wanted mer- Our si,ile> l^ot fall cleaned this ntore out For thU 4pring'4 trade •*•<; had u> buy all new alook in every de- In UdieV drti.!) slippers we have the newest of the r.«.--A- <;ar^rdiru-. Palm Beach, Kid iiephyr Calf in all the ntv/ (.olor.i. We have selected this offering with Hrta.1 (.ait and they are meeting with the approval of our many big way. u .corners. They are really jfoinjf over in a Many of these pattern* belong in the fi.OO and $5.(» da.-, but bo far wt are keeping them all at I2JW. Your • hOK e ar.y p.ur m this wonderful assortment at t2.WI. Our r.-xt so the \'i M line, a lovely bunch of new sappers. They arc- plumb picked from ntveral of the leading factories Wt buy these where we get the most value for oar money. It u the eiaient nellmg line We have because they are »tyli»b they fit ax»d K' v e extra wear Our sport oxford4 and ties at ilJMI in genuine welt-* •an: a co/nplete kr.ocko'Ut It i» the bent bargain I ever iaw in la/Ju-a aport fchoc-a. Ju.-.l Uiink of buying genuine welu at *1J>». Thi/i i» made p(«iaible through fattorie» that know -H. : u/>u volume. They are willing to make a low price becau»« tney know we will Lake the lot and pay .ipot ca,,h. Just now we have 85 pairs of ladiea' black kid Ue». Kizea 4'-i. 0 and B. all narrow widths that WB are clotting out at »I.OU a puir. They are good quality, good »tyle and have lots of wear Also about i5 palm of lad lea' wide easy »lippera, »ue» 5 to « at 7»t a imir. JLL.I the thing for the garden. You will find style, without extravagance at Neville's Shoe Store AlXiON A, IOWA ^ vtfnemafat BROWNELL'S * *»smartly translated in these decidedly different.. . Shoes for Easter 1 e^ / / W Styles that simply radiate the latest ideas of the season. You'll like their new smartness, their youthful dash ».their fit... and their unusual quality. Select Air Step Shoes for Spring ... from this array that includes all the smartest leathers, fabrics and colors. Youthful Styles! Unusual Designs! Loveliest Colors! In the newest ties, pumps and straps, gabardines and kid leathers ... in grey, blue and black . . . and best of all, at modest prices, within the reach of limited budgets, yet in new 1937 styles for spring. $3.30 $4.40 $5.50 $6.00 Air-Step... Brownbilt... Odet,.. Buster Brown Men, Too, Want to Stay in the Easter Style Parade Get Into The Swing! It's Gray Thi* Spring and Abo Black and Brown Ail Brown-bill, ntwe»t »tyle«, full variety ol «iw»-« ,h«; you'll be proud of. A ~ KA CK Cf .«|w <99 * / It's Buster Browns (or Easter in Children's Shoes A child'* Bhoo, More than Any other, MUST be Correct —it means future year* of foot health with proper fitting. Butter Brown*, at Eaater, or any other time, do th» Job right $1.25 $1.95 $2.25 $3.25 Brownell Shoe SHOES "The Shoe Store of Kossuth County"

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